Fighting complacency: MU student takes high schoolers on a fieldtrip to view MU’s Torah scroll

Written on November 18th, 2015 by
Categories: Feature, Programs, Students
Hebrew and elementary education major Julia Glanz took her class of high school freshman on a field trip to view MU’s Torah scroll. “Scripture is dynamic — it’s not this dead book sitting in front of us,” she says, “I wanted this to be an experience that fights complacency.” Continue Reading »
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MU celebrates 10 years of providing free English classes to local immigrant communities

Written on November 30th, 2015 by
Categories: Programs, Students
For 10 years now, MU’s TESOL program has been offering free weekly ESL classes to its ethnically diverse neighbors. “ESL meets a practical need in our community,” says TESOL Department Director Kristyn Kidney. “It helps our MU students teach in a classroom by learning to navigate themselves. And it brings the world together through dialogue and friendship.” Continue Reading »

Give what you can during our campus food drive!

Written on November 13th, 2015 by
Categories: Contests, Events, Students
MU is celebrating Giving Tuesday by running a campus-wide food drive that will donate all proceeds to the Oregon Food Bank Continue Reading »

Student travels to Honduras, volunteers at orphanage

Written on November 9th, 2015 by
Categories: Missions, Press Releases, Students
When Wendy Buller was on her way to Honduras this summer, she wasn't quite sure what to expect. The elementary education major had been on a few mission trips before, so she knew there would be hard work involved. But she'd never worked at an orphanage in Honduras before. Continue Reading »

Students reflect on blessings, thank MU givers

Written on November 6th, 2015 by
Categories: Faculty, Financial Aid, Students
As Thanksgiving approaches, we're taking time to remember all the blessings God has given us over the past year, including his amazing work through Multnomah givers. Continue Reading »

MU alumni, missionaries impact students during recent visit

Written on November 2nd, 2015 by
Categories: Alumni, Missions, Students
Dan (’97) and Janell (’00) Hartley have a desire to transform lives. For the past 10 years, they have been sharing the gospel as missionaries in Southern Africa. During a recent trip to their alma mater, the couple brought their passion for the gospel to Dr. Karen Fancher’s Pressing Global Issues class. Continue Reading »